Livingston County offers exceptional educational experiences for students of all ages. From the youngest pre-schooler, to the college student, there are many options available from which parents and students can choose.
Senior High Schools
College & University
In 2019, Bradley University’s enrollment was 4,600 undergraduate and 1,300 graduate students. Bradley University has eight schools, over 185 programs, and more than 340 faculty members.
In 2019, Heartland Community College’s (HCC) enrollment was 4,974 credit students and 12,614 non-credit students. HCC offers 14 degrees, 31 certificates, and 82 faculty members.
In 2019, Illinois State University’s (ISU) enrollment was 17,092 undergraduate and 1,375 graduate students. ISU has six schools offering more than 160 fields of study and 1,326 faculty members.
In 2019, Illinois Wesleyan University’s (IWU) enrollment was 1,693 students. Recognized as one of the nation’s premier private residential liberal arts universities, IWU offers 50 majors and 158 faculty members.
In 2019, Joliet Junior College’s (JJC) enrollment was 4,690 full-time students and 9,628 part-time students. JJC has three campuses and three extension centers offering more than 180 degrees and certificate programs.
Lincoln College offers academic and vocational programs. Accredited by the North Central Association Lincoln offers both associate and bachelor’s degrees.